“Florence, Arizona” At Maysles Cinema In Harlem

497827f0-3f41-4a04-b6d3-fe4bc048ef45Florence, Arizona is a cowboy town with a prison problem.  Founded in 1866, this bastion of the Wild West is home to 8,500 civilians and 17,000 inmates spread over nine prisons.

Through an unconventional lens, the documentary film “Florence, Arizona” weaves together the stories of four key residents of Florence, whose lives have all been shadowed in some way by the surrounding prison industrial complex.  The result is an intricately crafted cinematic tapestry, threaded through with deep strands of Americana, humor, intimacy, and pathos, revealing as much about ourselves as it does about our modern carceral state.


Director Andrea Scott in attendance, post-screening Q&A moderated by film critic and writer Eric Hynes.

Wednesday, September 30th, 7:30pm

Maysles Cinema, 343 Lenox Ave/ Malcolm X Blvd., (127th and 128th streets) New York, NY, 10027, http://maysles.org/


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